Earlier back in July, we heard about the Taiwanese smartphone giant HTC to be working upon its new mid-range handset the HTC Desire 728. The device was later found to make a visit to TENNA revealing its specs and exterior design. Now some of the real-life images for the handset have just appeared giving us the full-view of its exterior.
From the images it can be seen that the front frame of the handset would have a bit smaller top and bottom bezels which makes the device look a bit shorter than the lately released HTC devices. However, the device is still said to have the dual front-facing BoomSound speakers.
Looking to its specs, the handset is expected to have a 5.5inch 720p display baked with a MediaTek MT6753 chipset clocked at 1.3GHz. The device would be supported with 2GB of RAM memory and 16GB of native built-in storage along with a microSD card slot for expandable memory. To its back, the device has a 13MP primary camera while the front has a 5MP secondary camera. The device would be running the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop topped with the HTC Sense 7 UI and will also offer a good battery back-up of 2800mAh.
The HTC Desire 728 is expected to be dual-SIM handset showing up the dimensions of 7.87mm thickness and 150 grams of weight. However, few reports claim that this would most probably be a China exclusive handset. For the time being take a look at some of the real-life images that have leaked.
Real-life images of the HTC Desire 728 appear